Which one is sexier? The new Omega De Ville Trésor or the new Rolex Cellini (Updated with the prices)
Let me first present you both elegant watches on seven pages and show you a variety of stunning pictures. But then I want your opinion… Please let me know which one you prefer.
I just added the prices of the watches on page 7 …
I want to start in alphabetical order with the new Omega De Ville Trésor.
The original Omega Trésor dates back from 1949. Characterised by its thin and classic gold case it housed a 30 mm calibre within.
Now, more than half a century later, the De Ville Trésor has been reintroduced, equipped with one of the most advanced Co-Axial calibre that was developed especially for the De Ville Trésor. It is the Omega Master Co-Axial calibre 8511, a manual winding movement that also features an easy zonetime function, an 18-carat red gold balance bridge, a Si14 silicon balance spring, a three-level Co-Axial escapement and Omega’s exclusive anti-magnetic technology. This officially certified chronometer by Contrôle Officiel Suisse des Chronomètres (COSC) is made to resist magnetic fields greater than 15,000 gauss or 1.200.000 A/m, now augmenting the reliability and chronometric performance that has always characterised Co-Axial calibres.
The Omega De Ville Trésor calibre 8511 is housed in a slim and elegant polished 40 mm case crafted either from 18 carat Sedna™, yellow or white gold. Underneath the box-form scratch-resistant sapphire crystal is the silvery opaline domed dial decorated with a vintage “Clous de Paris” structure or for the limited series an enamel dial. Complementing its domed curve, the hours are marked with applied domed 18-carat gold indexes. The effect is completed with 18-carat gold hands, including arched minute and seconds hands.
The De Ville Trésor comes on a stylish curved black or brown leather strap with a polished 18-carat gold buckle. The polished case back is engraved with “ANTI-MAGNETIC”, “>15’000 GAUSS” and “Si14“. The large domed sapphire crystal provides an unobstructed view of the exclusive mechanical movement within. The watch is water resistant to 30 meters / 100 feet and is offered with a full four-year warranty.
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